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   game hunting. and writing for an audience that was growing and growing, it was a very successful magazine. by the end of the 1930s he was appearing monthly in a magazine that had a readership of about a million men. so this is a period that helped to create that persona, that masculine persona where he was writing of himself for men about his adventures and it contributes to these apocryphal stories that are out there. >> before our next call we would like to you listen to ernest hemingway's voice. this is a little clip of him talking about the many places where he's written in his career. let's listen. >> beside the fifth column, i wrote the killers, today is friday, and indians, part of the sun also rises and the first third to have and to have not in matry. it was always a good place for working. so was paris and so were key
   but in her lab, she often deals with the same challenges when finding out how someone died. linda suffered from dizziness, weakness, vomiting after eating. what's that sound like? >> definitely the nausea and vomiting that's persistent suggests something that's actually being ingested that the body cannot handle. >> reporter: something ingested that the body can't handle. that's what linda's friend mary seabold had thought all along. she says she shared her concerns with linda. >> let's have someone go into the house and just check it. let's see if there's anything foreign in here. let's see if there's something in your lipstick, maybe something in your cream that you use every night. >> reporter: but she says linda never took that advice, never had her home tested. now they all waited for the toxicology tests on linda's body. and sure enough, the lab that examined linda's samples did detect and identify something quite curious. linda curry's body contained
   this context that when president obama took office, gas prices were about $1.85 per gallon. now that they're up to about $3.75 per gallon, we can see a steady increase. over this 38-month period of time of his presidency so far, gasoline prices have risen on an average of about five cents per gallon per month. this is staggering when you think about the fact that if he's reelected. so if he serves out the rest of this term and is reelected, it's a total of an additional 58 months w. that increase, gas prices will be up at around $6.60 per gallon. this is a lot of money. it's staggering, and it affects everything we do not just from the miles that we drive, but also to the products that we buy at the grocery store. everything gets more expensive
   >> $59.50. >> there you go. >> okay. what can i say? it's all those elves working hard. >> that's right. >> okay. . so so this is now purple mermaid designs from initial obsession. i love monograms and this is the new thing from $48. very affordable. >> for kid or everybody. >> teenagers are loving them but my 20 something year old had to have one. name necklaces and reasonable. initial obsession. the guy on your list. >> yes. >> say he's eco-friendly.
   woooo! >> as if i don't have enough baby products in the house a whole army of them just arrived. >> there you go. these are the ones that will grow with your child. >> oh, good. >> you don't have to throw them out. >> that's the key. >> it is. my wife just said got all these. [sneeze] >> god bless you. >> got a whole bunch of baby stuff and she has just outgrown it it? >> garage sale. >> stick around for that.
   he was booked on suspicion of misdemeanor spousal battery and was released after posting bail but no charges have been filed. >>> sam liccardo will expand the hours and services at all city libraries. open six days a week beginning in jump be the money would come from last years library parcel tax fund and the city's general fund. >> we're talking about how we can insure that every child has access to a book rather than a latch key after school. >> liccardo says longer hours at library can lower crime and
   >> you have 15 seconds to answer correctly, all right? here is the question. >> okay. every friday bobbie thomas hosts a segment featuring items with a fun theme. what is this segment called, denise? >> bobbie's buzz. >> tell her what she's won. >> a fabulous trip. you and a guest are going to hilton head island, south carolina. >> sonesta resort, go to the pool, relax at the spa. >> and you can explore the local area and beaches with bike rentals. hotel accommodations furnished by sonesta. >> congratulations.
   they are murdering people daily. and if you think we're winning that situation, you're nuts. >> instead of getting dragged into another ground war in the middle east, we are leading a broad coalition, including arab nations, to degrade and destroy the terrorist group. >> arab nations? give me a break, mr. president.
   [ applause ] strong. >> that is good news, people. >> we need to set our sights higher than just making sure that government does not screw
   some would say if i own stocks if i own bonds or anything of value, would raising the tax affect me too? here's a closer look. in an event chock full of
   majority of americans, senator inhofe he used a snowball to debunk littleberal science. >> we've been hearing that 2014 has been the warmest year on record. do you know what this is? it's a snowball just from outside here, so it's very very cold out. mr. president, catch this. >> anna holmes is back. joining us now is seton smith and former governor of vermont, howard dean. james inhofe is packing snowballs on capitol hill to debunk liberal science. your reaction? >> i don't think people take chairman inhofe seriously anymore and that's i guess my reaction. >> if he's the chair of his senate committee tasked with
   kind of crazy. i was going to july yard studying acting and i would do street performing mime in front of the metropolitan museum and the scariest people of the world with the ladies of madison avenue when you imitate them you would -- they would go get away from me, this is before botox, with their faces. even the animals. get away. performing was a get out and do it. it was that release for me. >> rose: but you, did you find instant response? >> oh, yeah. it was comedy, i think because you have to. there is very little stand-up tragedy. >> yes, yes, but -- >> it took awhile. i started off because i was also trained in the theatre, i could go off mike which was my style. so a lot of times people need the mook and be kind of -- and i would be like all ov the place. that was my attack style. an i would go for it and it seemed to be working right off the bat. >> rose: but did the training out of july yard help. >> big time. it allowed me to do two jews walk into a bar. it could happen.
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   >> the times about even if they were to do some of these reforms. increasing corporate tax. what would that do to the companies that employ greeks. operating costs would skyrocket. >> the germans moved it down. >> the germans wanted something in return that is substantive. the greeks have hardened their position and said, look, 300 billion in debt make it $100 billion in debt or we are going to take it. >> what do you expect from them? >> the plan failed. the greeks want a martial plan. we gave the germans a martial plan for heavens sake. they are going to get it. we just need it over with. >> personal spending, .9 beats an estimate of .7 income in line repeat of what we saw in april. the savings rate has come down
   make this country stronger. >> reporter: a rallying cry to put partisanship aside. >> a brighter future is ours to write. let's begin this new chapter together and let's start the work right now. thank you, god bless you. god bless this country we love. thank you.
   tonight frankly as someone with swagger, not just a lame duck president, but a player in washington who is both deserving of respect, worthy of respect, and he expects your respect. >> i have no more campaigns to run. my only agenda -- [ applause ]
   growth in over a decade. our deficit is cut by two-thirds. a stock market that has doubled and healthcare inflation at its lowest rate in 50 years. >> this is good news, people.
   jobs and explode deficits. instead we've seen the fastest economic growth in over a decade. this is good news, people. >> reporter: instead of calling for compromise, a president who clearly feels unfettered as he goes into his final two years proposed a controversial plan that he knows cannot pass.
   so so difficult as the memorials build outside of the home. >>> the new congress react toss the president's vision to 2016. >> the state of the union is strong. >>> news 4 at 11:00 starts now. >>> first tonight we're watching
   >> first, middle class economics means helping working class families feel more secure in a world of constant change. >> means helping folks afford child care, college, healthcare a home retirement. my budget will address each of these issues lowering the taxes of working families putting thousands of dollars back into
   >> and everyone in this congress who still refuses to raise the minimum wage i say this -- if you truly believe you can work full-time and support a family on less than $15,000 a year, try it. [ applause ]
   everyone who makes the effort? >> he is going to pay for it. >> reporter: jeremy was not completely buying what the president is selling. >> and a new tax cut of up to $3,000 per child per year. >> the speech is a plus, but
   i'll see you back here tomorrow night. from all of us here at nbc news good night. 3 f2 >> podrian ser sus vecinos. neighbors. >> he's a beautiful toddler, running up and down the hall chasing our labrador retriever. >> they live with some of the most vulnerable among us. >> a peanut butter sandwich. >> and they relyn the care and kindness of others to get by. >> you can do it without the help. >> until now. >> we're going to need these people, and i can't have them anymore. >> what are you most afraid of? >> his world is going to collapse. >> tonight an intimate journey where you'll meet eric and nick and their extraordinary mothers. >> moms do what moms got to do. >> trials no family should have
   across this video out of croatia, of all places. consider this a kind of male rite of passage here. this kid -- i figure he's about 10 years old. yes, yes, he's looking at this tv talk show host's cleavage, and he gets rather audacious about it as -- yeah, and the story is like nothing happened. check this dude out. >> that kid is slick. >> yeah. >> ah. >> take it easy, guys. take it easy. >> we have some video that is actually really quite moving. there are these ducks, more than a hundred of them, that were rescued from a hoarder. these ducks were living in terrible conditions. it was dirty. they didn't have access to veterinary care. they didn't see sunlight, and now they're being introduced to the water for the very first time. it takes a while to get them in, but look at what happens when they finally get them in the water. they love it. they didn't know what they were getting into. look at -- they're just dunking their heads and having a great time. >> like 4-year-old malcolm. >> yes. >> competition, who is having more fun?
   and healthy. ♪ you are an obsess ♪ you are an obsession you're my obsession ♪ >>> all right, cue the music, you know what that means, time for "fixation" where we show you stories, images and videos that caught our attention this week. i will start first. you know, there's almost nothing better than to hear the sounds of a child in pure rapture and enjoyment. and this is what happened to malcolm, the 4-year-old boy in maine, goes mountain biking with his father for the first time. there goes the dad, and listen to malcolm as he reacts. wait for it. here he goes. ♪ so i set the world on fire >> here he goes. >> i did it. i did it, dad. >> congratulations. >> i love it. >> he loves it. >> i loved it, dad. >> that is so cool. ron has something a little less inspiring. >> well, this is unusual. i was messing around on the internet yesterday, and i came across this video out of
   some up to six points on the richter scale. and that's the reason that the tsunami alert ran through the entire night. it was lifted 50 minutes ago, before 7:00 a.m. local time. the tsunami alert was finally lifted for the entire country. people were up all night because of those aftershocks. and then, of course, the unpredictability of the tsunami. >> joe, talk to me about the epicenter and the area most impacted. is it a rural area? an urban area? what can you describe? >> we're waiting to hear the full extent because of the rural areas that would have been impacted. the sun is just rising here. and people trying to make contact with some of these fishing villages with older style adobe houses which may well have been impacted. even more strongly by this quake. but the major urban centers are two cities in the north, iquique and arica. iquique in particular spent most of the night without power.
   hachette thing. i don't get involved in it. as far as i'm concerned, i have an author doing what is best for myself and my books. to be honest, the hottest publisher out there right now is amazon publishing, hands down. >> what happened? you was the difference from when you move from your new york print publisher, delacorte, to amazon. >> the most amazing thing that happened was i started working in the black, amazing for an offer. i was so used to living from advanced to advance, as so many authors are. especially mid-list authors in new york. amazon has this remarkable marketing department, they are very savvy and that is what you want as an author. you want to spend your time writing books. they tell me i went you to spend your time writing books. i was able to -- i am sorry. >> give me the numbers. tell me the difference --
   hachette thing. i don't get involved in it. as far as i'm concerned, i have an author doing what is best for myself and my books. to be honest, the hottest publisher out there right now is amazon publishing, hands down. >> what happened? you was the difference from when you move from your new york print publisher, delacorte, to amazon. >> the most amazing thing that happened was i started working in the black, amazing for an offer. i was so used to living from advanced to advance, as so many authors are. especially mid-list authors in new york. amazon has this remarkable marketing department, they are very savvy and that is what you want as an author. you want to spend your time writing books. they tell me i went you to spend your time writing books. i was able to -- i am sorry. >> give me the numbers. tell me the difference --